Spa & Hotel Le Finlandais
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Day two was chilly but sunny. Over night the tooth fairy arrived to collect Collins recently lost tooth. We had a quick breakfast across the street at Tims and headed out to the Biodome via Subway. We wandered through a rainforest, with monkeys, tropical birds, turtles, a vulture, crocodiles and piranhas. After this there was a short exhibit of bats in a dark habitat. Thne we entered the Laurentian forest which reminded me of Bowering Park. It ...
... disappointing season (breaking a run of 6 consecutive defeats) against the Ottawa Redblacks, final score: 20-10. The victory was made even sweeter because my ticket was over 90% cheaper than one for an NFL game! A friendly, enjoyable evening in a what is now a particularly happy city. Oh, I also had a go at taking a selfie for one of those "here's me next to a thing" ...
We began our first real day in Montreal with our first 'included' hotel breakfast. This was very exciting for Samuel who of course chose a croissant, but also fruity loops, which we call "Jessie's cereal". This is his all time favourite cereal that he only tried once before behind my back! We set set off for "Old Montreal" which you can get to by Metro, but the Concierge said that it is only a 15 minute walk. I figured that by the time ...
... unsalted butter, 70 degrees ½ cup milk 2 teaspoons vanilla 8 cups confectionery sugar, split 1. Beat butter, milk, vanilla, and 4 cups of sugar inside a bowl until smooth. 2. Gradually add remaining sugar a cup at any given time until thick. 3. Add food coloring if desired. 4. Once cupcakes are totally cooled, ice cupcakes with a knife or by piping. For more information please visit the internet site : vanilla ...
... The stadium itself is not being used at this time. The Montreal Expos baseball team played here until 2004 when they relocated to Washington DC. The local Canadian football team does not play here anymore either. Pretty much a white elephant right now.
On to Quebec City today, Wed., see you there.
And the adventure continues,